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St. Anthony Officer Jeronimo Yanez has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter in the shooting death of Philando Castile last July.

Minnesota Police Officer Pleads Not Guilty in Philando Castile Shooting


Senate to Vote on Ending Ban on Sunday Liquor Sales
The Minnesota Senate will vote on a bill to repeal the state's Prohibition-era ban on Sunday liquor sales. Governor Dayton has said he will sign the bill if it makes it to his desk.

Dog Rescued from Superior Duplex Fire, No Injuries

Wisconsin Woman Killed in Iron County Snowmobile Accident

Suspect Taken Into Custody after Search near Finland

'When We Rise' Mini-Series to Profile LGBT Civil Rights Movement

Sunday Liquor Sales Heads for Final Minnesota Senate Vote

Some members of the LCO Band of Lake Superior Chippewa are living in homes covered in mold.

Tuesday at Six: Searching for Answers

The LCO Band of Lake Superior Chippewa was awarded a federal grant in September of 2015 to resolve mold issues in a number of housing units. But residents are still waiting. Frustrated with the lack of answers, they turn to Washington for help. Reporter Julie Kruse heads to Hayward Searching for Answers... Tuesday on Eyewitness News at Six.


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Fire Damages Virginia Range Funeral Home

University of Minnesota Encourages Medical School Path

Thousands Flock to Cable for First-Ever Birkebeiner Festival

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Eveleth Man, 70, Falls Through Ice, Rescued by Bystander
Minnesota Congressman Loses DNC Chair
Rep. Rick Nolan sat down with Iron Range leaders in Hibbing Friday afternoon.
Nolan Talks Infrastructure With Iron Range Leaders
Dunham Express Closes After nearly 70 Years of Operation
IRRRB Commissioner Mark Phillips thinks a private manager is the best next step for Giant's Ridge in Biwabik.
Giants Ridge May Transition to Private Management
Grand Rapids Woman Pleads Guilty to Range Murder
CEO of Cliffs Accepts Business of the Year Award
Little is left of a house in Koochiching County destroyed by a fire early Wednesday morning.
Family: Retired Doctor, Wife Found Dead in Northome House Fire
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White House: Trump Budget Will Hike Defense Spending by $54B

Iraqi Commander: Troops Push Farther into Western Mosul

New Anti-IS Strategy May Mean Deeper US Involvement in Syria

Takata Guilty Plea Expected in Cover-Up of Air Bag Troubles

Wisconsin Troopers Not Wearing Name Tags in North Dakota


Report: Hotel Near Mount Rushmore Faces More Problems

Nebraska County with Few People, Assets Faces Huge Judgment

Senate to Vote on Ending Ban on Sunday Liquor Sales

Minnesota Man Accused of Shooting Neighbor after Argument

Wisconsin Couple Accused of Tying Up Boy with Duct Tape

Vikings' Stadium Board at Full Strength After Resignations

Rep. Walz Mulling Democratic Bid for Minn. Governor

CEO of Cliffs Accepts Business of the Year Award

FILE - Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is seen from an observation tower in the park. Exploratory drilling on the park's western boundary has been halted due to recent warm weather.

Mild Weather Halts Copper Drilling at Porcupine Mountains

Glencore's Sudbury (Ontario) nickel operations are seen in this file photo. The company says core profits rose 48 percent last year.

Glencore Upbeat on Outlook as Commodity Prices Revive

Preview: Section 7A & 7AA Boys' Prep Hockey Finals

Nick Ward-led Michigan State Beats No. 16 Wisconsin 84-74

Wild Acquire Hanzal in Trade with Coyotes

Grace Zumwinkle of Breck School Named Ms. Hockey for 2017

Life Coach: 3 Ways to Curb Worry


Animal Allies: Lucky and Tiger

Esko Jazz Students to Host Big Band Dance in Superior

UW-Superior to Debut Powerful Script in "Children of the Holocaust"

Depot Celebrates Presidents Day with Tribute to Abraham Lincoln

Supporters Packing Esko Gym for Coaches vs. Cancer Event

Animal Allies: Monty

The American Birkebeiner ski race will not be held this year due to a lack of snow, but a ski event will still be held at the trailhead.

Birkie Canceled due to Lack of Snow, Replaced with 5K Loop


Missing Minn. Man Found in Western Wis.

Renee Van Nett Enters Race for Duluth City Council

Police Look for Missing I'Falls Teen Last Seen in Bemidji

Mild Weather Halts Copper Drilling at Porcupine Mountains

Superior Couple has Personal Connection with New National Security Advisor

Super Yooper Snow: Big Boost for Economy

Wisconsin Hit Hard by the Flu
Wendy's Plans Self-Ordering Kiosks at 1,000 Locations
Wendy's will use self-ordering kiosks at about 1,000 locations.
'Moonlight' Wins Best Picture Academy Award
The 89th annual Oscars on ABC

44th Annual Birkiebeiner Events Held Despite Unseasonable Weather

Mother Nature may not have brought out the needed snow for this year's Birkiebeiner Kick-off but Thursday Birkie Fever was still in the air.


Hibbing Officer Involved Shooting Ruled 'Justified'

Two Hibbing police officers have been cleared after shooting and injuring a man earlier this year. St. Louis County Attorney Mark Rubin said on Thursday, that the officers' use of deadly force was authorized and justified citing a report from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension investigation. 


Local Schools Revisit Transgender Bathroom Policy

The Trump administration turned the decision about whether people should be allowed to choose which bathroom to use based on gender identity or biological sex back to the states and individual school districts. President Barack Obama had created guidelines that said students should be able to choose. 


School Board Members Get Late Notice of Franken's Visit

Senator Al Franken made a visit to Duluth this week, touring Denfeld High School. Noticeably absent from the discussion on education issues were members of the Duluth School Board. Duluth School Board members said they received notice of Franken's visit, but only hours before it was scheduled to begin Tuesday morning. 


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White House: Trump Budget Will Hike Defense Spending by $54B

Rep. Walz Mulling Democratic Bid for Minn. Governor

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Giants Ridge May Transition to Private Management
IRRRB Commissioner Mark Phillips thinks a private manager is the best next step for Giant's Ridge in Biwabik.

Birkie Canceled due to Lack of Snow, Replaced with 5K Loop
The American Birkebeiner ski race will not be held this year due to a lack of snow, but a ski event will still be held at the trailhead.

Minnesota DNR Wants Input on Statewide Deer Management Plan

Another Catch-and-Release Walleye Season Expected on Mille Lacs
Another season of catch-and-release fishing is expected on Mille Lacs Lake.

Birkie Organizers Keep Close Watch on Trail, Skies
Birkie Trail crews are working to make sure the northern part of the trail is in good shape before a snowstorm reaches the area late this week.

On the Trail to Staying Alive
Snowmobiling is more than just a sport across the Northland,

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